Extra Day Of Black History

An Extra Day Of Black History

As it’s a Leap Year, here’s an extra day of Black History for you. After all, as most of us know, if Blacks aren’t over-represented in something other than crime and incarceration, they’re “under-represented.” πŸ˜‰

But, all sarcasm aside, Black women in America have a history of beauty and desirability that stretches all the way to the very beginnings of the American colonies. It wasn’t until the mid-1600s – two generations after the founding of Jamestown – that this was decided to be a “problem.” Before then, sex and intermarriage between Whites and Blacks was accepted if not societally approved of. Indeed, before then, the child of a White man and a Black slave was even born free; centuries-old English law conferring the condition (status) of the father upon his children.

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Appropriating Black History

Truth be told, I was never a proponent of the idea, much less the exercise thereof, of Black History Month. Even from an early age – I was a kid in 1970 when the government decided upon it – it just didn’t make any sense to me. I always found it to be divisive since, insofar as I could tell, “Black History” was part of American History and should have just been part of the normal history curriculum. And, as you might surmise, that opinion has only hardened as time went on, not changed.

Correctly Appropriating Black History

So, to my mind, the first, best option for Americans is for we White men to correctly appropriate Black History by making it literally just part of the next generations’ history. There’s, after all, no racial divide so broad or so stark that orthocegenation can’t fix.

Make It Simply American History

Yes, Gentlemen, as you can see from the above 27 mixed girls, moving our nation to one fully integrated history is a beautiful prospect – and damned enjoyable to bring about. πŸ˜‰ One people, one integrated culture, one history.

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Ending Black History Month

Ending Black History Month Right

It’s the last day of Black History Month, which I almost forgot about due to repeated attacks of life. πŸ™„ So, somewhat as reparations and somewhat as just wanting to encourage certain sorts of diversity, here’s 90 fine Black babes to end Black History Month right.

Oh, and Gentlemen, if you really want to end Black History Month, I strongly suggest being fully inclusive in your life so that we have one, integrated history, that of Americans of a myriad of ethnic backgrounds. Think of it as an affirmative action towards equity and making MLK’s dream come true.

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Recapping Black History

Black History – A History Of Beauty

Since this is the end of Black History Month in America, hereÒ€ℒs 27 fine reminders that Black History has always, despite the claims of some agitators, always been a history of the darker side of hotness. Despite various claims to contrary by certain sorts of agitators, Black women have always enjoyed – sometimes endured – the attentions of men in America of all races. It is only in the rarefied world of fashion that they are largely deprecated.

Hellfire! Despite claims to contrary, it common enough that the “Black Community” has some strong issues with it, especially their males, who have a huge problem with Black women dating Whites.

A more in-depth and NSFW review can be found here.

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